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the branch of botany that studies and cultivates fruits

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Education and Research Institute for Viticulture and Pomology Weinberg (LVWO vineyard) - New analysis and partial reconstruction / rehabilitation of the adjacent workshop and storage building in the Hallerstrae - Engineering services under Part 4 Section 2 HOAI.
a) Pomology Division, Horticulture Research Centre (HRC), Bangladesh Agricultural Research Institute (BARI), Gazipur, Bangladesh
Sultanina (11-2) had lost her unbeaten record to stablemate Pomology in the Lancashire Oaks, but handled a two-furlong drop in distance with aplomb as she stormed down the outside and came ahead by a length and a half.
It wasn't all gloom for The Fugue's trainer, John Gosden, who staged a Haydock 1-2 with Pomology and Sultanina just before Belle D'Or's last ditch Sandown win.
It wasn't all gloom for The Fugue's trainer John Gosden, who staged a Haydock 1-2 with Pomology and Sultanina just before Belle D'Or's last-ditch Sandown win.
Hendrickson joined the UC Berkeley faculty in 1913 as assistant in pomology, and in 1924 moved to UC's Agricultural Experiment Station so he could conduct his research fulltime.
As well as The Fugue, who produced a career-best in winning last week's Prince of Wales's Stakes, trainer John Gosden has the Investec Oaks winner Taghrooda, Sultanina, Pomology and Freedom's Light to choose from in this prestigious Group One.
As well as e Fugue, last seen producing a career-best in winning last year's Prince of Wales's Stakes, trainer John Gosden has the Investec Oaks winner Taghrooda, Sultanina, Pomology and Freedom's Light to choose from in this prestigious Group One.
I also hope to run Pomology in the British Champions Fillies and Mares Stakes.
Sadaqat, Professor, Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad for critical review of this manuscript and Pomology Lab.
Acompanion collection to the pomology watercolors is the USDA Fruit Laboratory Card Catalog Collection [1850s-1940s].
As the country grew, the quest for new varieties and higher yields led to pomology, the study of fruit production and the first specialized branch of horticulture in America.
Citrus fruits were collected from local market as well as research area of the university and identified in the Pomology laboratory, Institute of Horticultural Sciences, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad during 2008-2009.
Useful as a reference to large-scale production operations, small farmers and hobbyists, and intended as an essential textbook for students of pomology, this guide to temperate and subtropical fruit cultivation examines general principles in fruit production and provides specific information for the growing of a variety of types of fruit.